Match Hub: Alfreton Town


Saturday 6 November 2021


The Brewery Field

National League North



Moors will mark remembrance day at The Brewery Field as they host Alfreton Town in a crucial National League North meeting.

One point from a possible nine in recent weeks has seen Spennymoor drop to fifth in the division and fall ten points behind leaders AFC Fylde.

In contrast, opponents Alfreton has seen their season transformed in recent games following a torrid opening to the campaign.

Only Boston United and Brackley Town has earned more points in their previous five games, with The Reds scoring the most goals (13) in that time frame.

However, Spennymoor will be encouraged by a strong record against Billy Heath’ side, scoring 22 goals in seven previous unbeaten meetings, an average of 3.14 goals per game.


You can listen to all the action from The Brewery Field on Durham OnAir from 2.50pm on Saturday with Adam Hassell.

Download the station’s app to listen to Durham OnAir wherever you are in the country. Using the app, you can also listen in your car through your cars phone connection system.

Go to your Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and search for “Durham OnAir”, or click below.

how to follow the game

  • In-game updates on our Twitter page @SpennymoorTown
  • Full match report on our website and social channels
  • Post match reaction on Moors TV
  • Highlights on Moors TV Monday morning


Spennymoor Town will be welcoming the 8th Battalion Rifles to The Brewery Field for our upcoming home game against Alfreton Town as part of a Remembrance Day ceremony.

Representatives of both clubs will join the players and staff to honour and remember those who served and sacrificed so much.

The club is offering free entry to service personnel on the day on receipt of military ID, with turnstiles opening from 12pm.

Lance Sergeant Jonathan Evans of the Army School of Ceremonial at ITC Catterick will performing The Last Post before a minutes silence is held.

Warrant Officer Daniel Ridley explained the regiments background. He said: “The Rifles was formed on 1st February 2007 by the amalgamation of Light Infantry and Rifle Regiments, including the Durham Light Infantry.

“It is the largest infantry regiment in the British Army, with five regular battalions and three reserve battalions.

“Since then, the regiment has served with distinction on operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and more recently in Mali, Sierra Leone and South Sudan. The Rifles have a living history that is second to none – 913 battle honours and 117 Victoria Crosses.

“The 8th Battalion is the newest infantry battalion in the British Army Reserve, formed on 1st November 2017. It is headquartered in Bishop Auckland, with outstations in Durham and Sunderland, as well as in Yorkshire and Shropshire.”


Online tickets for Moors’ game against Alfreton Town are now available to purchase online via our ticketing partners, Kaizen.

The fixture is NOT all ticket and supporters of both sides are able to pay on the gate on match day, however, tickets can now be bought in advance.

Those who choose to purchase an online ticket have two options of delivery:

  • e-ticket by email – your ticket will be emailed to you as a PDF attachment. Please print it out or show it on your phone at the gate.
  • Mobile ticket by email – your ticket will be emailed to you as a mobile ticket. Save it to your mobile wallet and show it on your phone at the gate.

All supporters opting to purchase online must input a valid email address on their account in order to receive their ticket.

Admission prices:

Adult £10

Concession £5

Under 18 £1


Supporters can pay on the gate upon arrival to The Brewery Field.

Admission prices:

Adult £10

Concession £5

Under 18 £1

SEASON TICKETS and turnstiles

Season ticket holders can scan in to every home game this season.

You will be instructed to scan your QR code, which is located on the bottom right hand side of your ticket, towards an iPad operated by a member of the turnstile staff team.

See turnstile access points below:

Turnstile 4: Academy

Turnstile 5: Home season tickets

Turnstile 6: Home pay on the gate

Turnstile 7: Away fans



Issue 8 of ‘The Moors’ will be on sale at Saturday’s game, priced at £2.50.

In this week’s issue:

  • Message from the Gaffer
  • Adriano Moke Interview
  • Away End – Alfreton Town
  • Academy update with Andy Lowe
  • Rifles information
  • Match Hub
  • Commentary corner

And much more!

car parking

Driving to the game? Our match day car park is free, however, we do encourage donations.

See directions for both home and Farsley fans from our car park to the turnstiles.

The car park is located on Durham Road, a short walk from the ground.

Supporters using sat-nav can use the following postcode: DL16 6SQ



Postcode for Sat Nav purposes: DL16 6RH

Nearest railway station: Durham

Car parking is available on Durham Road and is a short walk from the ground. The car park will be sign posted on match day.

First Time Visitors

First Time Visitors

All you need to know before visiting the Brewery Field.
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Prior to visiting The Brewery Field, we would recommend viewing our handy guide.
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What to expect when you arrive at The Brewery Field on a match day.
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Got a question? Speak to someone at the club.
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